Insight Vacations has relaunched its Agent Portal, acting as an informative and resourceful platform for all travel agents and consortia partners.
To streamline the booking process and support agents in boosting sales, the new Agent Portal contains a wealth of information, new enhancements and features. New additions include a Featured Insights section showcasing current offers, an Agent Library offering marketing collateral and an Agent Resources hub with background information on Insight’s journeys and the benefits of selling its trips.
“Our focus is to provide our loyal travel advisors with the most seamless booking experience to completely support them in developing their business,” said Brad Ford, president of Insight Vacations Canada. “As we continue to build strong alliances with partners, we listened to their feedback and recognized the need for these enhancements in order to offer first-class support as their success is our success.”
The following are some of additions and enhancements made:
Featured Insights: Agents can log in at any time to view the “what’s new” and “what’s the top offer for Insight today.”
Agent Library: An all-in-one solution to access all the collateral agents require for their marketing needs that will be updated frequently when new material is developed. Agents can access various materials including flyers, social media tiles, images, videos and more. New for the site’s re-launch is an image and video library that agents never had access to previously.
Agents Resources: Agents will find an improved hub hosting the “agent library” where they can access background information on Insight’s journeys, the benefits of selling its trips and important information on booking conditions.
New Search Tool: For improved usability, Insight has added a snippet of the vacation finder tool on the top of the agent home page for ease of access and offers an intuitive search process, resulting in a faster booking process. Agents can now just type in their client’s desired destination and retrieve all the search results they seek.
Navigation: Agents can sort through pages by using the enhanced navigation bar and avoid using the “back” and “forward” arrows as an element of the improved user experience.